Holiday Best Three Atlanta Ice Skating Rinks

 

Metro Atlanta turns into an ice skating winter wonderland during this time of the holiday season. Tons of seasonal ice skating rinks pop up everywhere. Holiday cheer mixed with sweet treats and good music for the season.

Here are the Holiday Best Three Atlanta Ice Skating Rinks to visit:

 

#1

The Astor Holiday Ice Skating Rink

 

The Astor Holiday Ice Skating Rink – Presented by  Coke Logo Large

In collaboration with Coca-Cola, The Astor Holiday Ice Skating Rink harkens back to the elegant era of the distinguished Astor family who founded the flagship St. Regis New York in 1904.

Under the warm glow of twinkling lights, glide around the exquisite ice rink to sounds of holiday melodies and enjoy seasonal favorites including hot cocoa and s’mores.  Click here to view the Astor Holiday Rink Menu

The 2011 Astor Holiday Rink is open November 23 through January 3, 2012.

  • 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm Monday through Friday
  • 11:00 am – 9:00 pm Saturday and Sunday

Reservations are recommended.  Please call The St. Regis Atlanta Holiday Desk at 404.563.7797 for reservations and more information.

#2

Centennial Park

Downtown Atlanta’s only outdoor ice skating rink at Centennial Olympic Park is an annual holiday tradition. Visitors enjoy covered observation seating, theatrical lighting on the real ice and holiday music. Admission is $7 per person and skate rental is an additional $2 for 90 minutes of skate time. The rink is open daily, including holidays, from Nov. 19, 2011– Jan. 29, 2012.

 

#3

The Rink – Park Tavern in Piedmont Park

The Rink offers modern amenities for day and night skating, including a heated tent, a state of the art sound system, and rink-side dining. The Rink has the best hockey skate available made by Bauer. This skate is perfect for the beginner or someone who is just getting back on the ice.  The Rink will be open Monday through Friday from 4:30pm to Midnight and Saturday & Sunday from 10:30am-Midnight.

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